Traditional meets contemporary style in this blue and white dining room. The wainscoting and ceiling is painted a light blue hue and is broken up by white floral wallpaper. The contemporary chandelier blends in with the room, which also being a statement piece.
While there might be an absence of color in the design of this living room, there is a host of textures to tease the eye. The homeowners wanted a relaxed look with durable furnishings, so the designers were sure to integrate stain resistant fabrics and finishes throughout the home.
Transitional Living Room Boasts Vaulted Ceilings With Wood Beams
Dark wood beams draw attention to the vaulted ceilings overhead, transforming the feature into a point of interest. Directly below, a caged chandelier balances the design and casts a warm glow across the living room at night.
Transitional Living Room Includes Flatscreen TV, Fireplace
Built-in bookshelves span the living room wall, showcasing candles, family photos and other items that the owners love. Beneath the shelves, several large cabinets keep pillows and blankets on hand for movie nights and cuddling up by the fire.
As the heart of the home, this living room needed plenty of seats for family and friends. The designers used a large blue rug to define the space, and then they layered in two sofas, two ottomans and a patterned chair, thus creating the perfect spot for hanging out, watching movies and entertaining.
Striped Ottomans Offer Extra Seating in Living Room
When they're expecting guests, the homeowners can pull out two patterned ottomans to create extra seating in the living room. With their black-and-white striped cushions, these bring out the bold black hue of the fireplace surround.
This living room boasts a timeless style with crisp, white walls that are accented by different hues of blue seen in the furnishings. Not only is this space traditional, it is soothing and evokes a sense of content.
The layout of the home's main living areas—seen here, the dining room and a peek into the kitchen—is open concept. Columns are a subtle architectural way to divide up the different spaces without breaking the visual flow.
When they need a place to jot down grocery lists, make budgets or send emails, the owners can enjoy this dedicated workspace in the corner of the kitchen. A modern sconce illuminates the desk, while the wood chair complements the kitchen's earthy color palette.